Crimes are committed but my pick of the month ALL THE BIRDS, SINGING by Evie Wyld is not strictly crime fiction.
It is set in the UK and Australia and won Australia's Miles Franklin award for literature in 2014.
THE PRICE OF LOVE by Peter Robinson is a collection of short stories, while A RISING MAN by Abir Mukherjee introduces an interesting sleuth in Calcutta in 1919.
Looking for an Australian author? - try DARKEST PLACE by Jaye Ford and if you've never read any Peter Lovesey why not give THE STONE WIFE a go?
- 4.7, ENOUGH ROPE, Barbara Nadel
- 4.1, SMALLBONE DECEASED, Michael Gilbert
- 4.4, CHARLES PARIS: MURDER UNPROMPTED, Simon Brett
- 4.6, DARKEST PLACE, Jaye Ford
- 4.9, ALL THE BIRDS, SINGING, Evie Wyld
- 4.2, CHARLES PARIS: CORPORATE BODIES, Simon Brett
- 4.8, THE WIDOW, Fiona Barton
- 4.4, FATAL ERROR, Michael Ridpath
- 4.4, A RISING MAN, Abir Mukherjee
- 4.4, THE PRICE OF LOVE, Peter Robinson
- 4.5, THE BITTER SEASON, Tami Hoag
- 4.0, MAIGRET IN NEW YORK, Georges Simenon
- 4.5, LITTLE GREY CELLS: The Quotable POIROT, Agatha Christie (edited by David Brawn)
- 4.7, THE STONE WIFE, Peter Lovesey